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Midichlorian Count


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phalczen
08.10.2022 , 12:39 PM | #11
I would think the fact that the Consular is able to learn the shielding ritual from the Noetikons and maintain his/her strength (I.e. plot armor) through Act 1, then they likely have a strong connection to the Force which should be associated with higher midi counts. I suspect a similar argument could be made about the Inquistor who can learn to Force walk. Again, these two scenarios represent very rapid Force learning, which may be a marker of high midi counts. Thatís not in any way to discount the feats of the JK, who freed themselves from possession by the Emperor, or the Warrior, who barely survived after being left for dead until becoming the Wrath. But Obi Wan was able to hold his own and even beat Anakin despite the latter having a higher midichlorian count. Obi wanís experience trumped any natural talent Anakinís high counts gave him.

So, even though this thread is a necro, those are my $0.02.
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Night-runner
08.15.2022 , 10:59 PM | #12
I like to default to this infographic whenever the confusion and inconsistencies of relating midichlorian counts in Canon vs legend comes up

https://imgur.io/VCnPFFd
The light can move in the shadow.

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SithKoriandr
08.20.2022 , 03:48 PM | #13
Quote: Originally Posted by Night-runner View Post
I like to default to this infographic whenever the confusion and inconsistencies of relating midichlorian counts in Canon vs legend comes up

https://imgur.io/VCnPFFd
When I see those responses, I think, you care. You went into a thread on that discussion and cared enough to post in it. It's fiction and the idea of discussing things in fictions bothers you? Then why get into a thread discussing it?
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